|Trip Duration:||21 days|
|Trek Start Point:||Jiri|
|Trek End Point:||Lukla|
|Meals:||Breakfast, Lunch and dinner|
|Mode of Travel:||Adventure|
|Transportation:||Land and flight|
|Best season:||September to December & March to May|
Everest trekking: – Everest trekking is we are able to see Mount Everest which is the highest peak in the world. Mount Everest, also known as Sagarmatha in Nepal and Chomolungma in Tibet is Earth’s highest mountain. Mountain Everest height is 8,848m from the sea level. Mount Everest lies in the Mahalangur Range. Everest Trekking is surrounded by a number of substantial peaks like Lhotse, (27,940 feet/8,516 meters), Nuptse, (25,771 feet/7,855 meters), Khumbuche (6640m) Lho la (6000m)Thamserku (6862m) Ama dablam (6812m) Tawache (7171m) pumori (7171m) khantega(6685m) lingtren (6695m) and Changtobse, (24,870 feet/7,580 meters), Numbur peak(6969m ), Karyolung(6396m),Island peak(6189m), etc. The people are living in the highlands of the Everest area are certainly Nepalese but being the ancestor of the Tibetan origin so they look like Tibetans. Mountain Everest region is so higher altitudes so cannot support any kinds of wild animal life and vegetation. Some vegetation is birch; juniper, blue pines, firs, bamboo, and rhododendron grow in the lower areas only. There are no any plants above 3500 matters and some wild animals inhabit in the Everest region are Musk deer, wild yak, red panda, snow leopard, and Himalayan black bears only lower altitudes. Everest region we can found numbers of Himalayan thars, deer, and languor monkeys and also here are some mountain foxes, martens, and Himalayan wolves. Everest Trekking through some of the most rugged, natural and certainly; the most beautiful terrain in the world. Everest Base Camp area is overjoyed and breathtaking views of some of the tallest peaks found on the world. Everest Base Camp trekking is joined with so beautiful views and peaceful, monasteries; cultures and traditions shrouded in mystery. Everest View Trek” through some of the most rugged, natural and arguably; the most beautiful terrain in the world. Everest region trekking area is midst ecstatic and breathtaking views of some of the tallest peaks found on the planet.
Everest region is so beautiful vision with joined peaceful monasteries, cultures and civilization covered mystery. The Everest Base Camp trek is a classic trek which follows in the way of Tenzing & Hillary Airport from Lukla and ends with the way up to Kala Pattar for marvelous views of Everest
The geographically of the Everest region area trekking is rugged rocky valleys and includes alpine and fir forests and also some area is green Meadows in the Sherpa villages and some area is glaciers and ice falls. The Everest region trails are taking you into some of the most dramatic landscapes in this region. Everest region area trekking is once in a lifetime opportunity to see some of the most magnificent scenery that you can imagine.
Day 01: Kathmandu to Jiri
Day 02: Jiri to Deurali
Day 03: Deurali to Sete
Day 04: Sete to Junbeshi
Day 05: Junbeshi to Noonthala
Day 06: Noonthala to Khari Khola
Day 07: Khari Khola Phuiyan
Day 08: Phuiyan to Phakding
Day 09: Phakding to Namche Bazaar
Day 10: Rest at Namche Bazaar
Day 11: Namche Bazaar to Tengboche
Day 12: Tengboche to Pheriche
Day 13: Rest at Pheriche
Day 14: Pheriche to Lobuche
Day 15: Loubche to Kalapathar
Day 16: Gorakkshep to Everest Base Camp to Loubche
Day 17: Loubche to Dingbooche.
Day 18: Dingboche to Tengboche.
Day 19: Tengboche to Namche Bazaar.
Day 20: Namche Bazaar to Lukla.
Day 21: Lukla to Kathmandu by Flight.
Day 01 Kathmandu to Jiri(1,905):Drive Kathmandu to Jiri 187m. by bus; on the way to Jiri one can view the beautiful mountains, terraced fields and the Crystalline beauty of Sun Koshi( River of Gold ).
Day 02 Jiri to Deurali (3,000m): Climbing towards Mali about 1-hrs.and descend to Shivalaya about the same duration then diagonally up to Deurali[3,000m] about 3 hrs.
Day 03 Deurali to Sete [2575m.]; straight downs to Thado Khola and walk through river valley to Kinja then, up to Sete.
Day 04 Sete to Junbeshi [2675m.] The trail goes upwards to Lamjura pass (3500m.) The first view points of Everest and descends to Junbesi for about 3 hrs. From where one can see good views of mountain Gaurishankar, Number Himal and Dudh kunda.
Day 05 Junbeshi to Noonthala (2194); Walk up standing trail about 2hrs. To Solung then descend to Ringmo Khola and up to Taksindo pass after wards descend to Noonthala.
Day 06 Noonthala to Khari Khola (2072m.) The descend continues to Dudh Koshi ( River of Milk ) and ascend to Khari Khola walking through several Sherpa villages, terraced fields and forest.
Day 07 Khari Khola Phuiyan (2835m.) Ascend towards Phuiyan through a Sherpa village and a forest inhabited by monkeys.
Day 08 Phuiyan to Phakding (2652); With a slight climbs for about an hour to a ridge at 2800 meters then up to another ridge then climb again another 15 minutes to a junction and again towards Phakding.
Day 09 Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3446m); With a alight climb to Jorsalle, pass a waterfall along this part of the trail villages and interpreted with magnificent forest and Rhododendron , Mongolia and Giant Firs then walk unto Namche Bazaar. (3446m.)
Day 10 Rest at Namche Bazaar. Rest days at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization.
Day 11 Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3,867m); A steep one-hour climb to Syangboche provides excellent Views of Mt. Everest and Amadablam. Then descend to Punki “ Thanka via Khumjung, then the Trial climbs a gradual ascend through forest up to the saddle on which Tenboche Monastery sits at 3867 meters. The best view of Mt. Everest (8,848m). Nuptse (7,855m) Lhotse (6,016m) Ama Dablin (6,856m), Thamsherku (6,608) can be seen from here. Then after, visit the largest Monastery at Tengboche in Khumbu region.
Day 12 Tengboche to Pheriche (4,252m.); A short step to Devuche through a forest of Birches, Conifers and Rhododendrons then ascend to Pangboche through the forest and carved Mani stones at 3,860meters. Then the route enters through Dingboche to Pheriche.
Day 13 Rest at Pheriche; Acclimatization day. If one wishes to do some strenuous exploring one could climb Nangkartsang Gompa or a day hike to Chhukung, a sall summer settlement at.
Day 14 Pheriche to Lobuche (4,930m). The trails ascends the broad gently sloping valley land climbs steeply into the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glaciers then crosses the bridge and climbs
Higher on the moraine to a row of stone’s Monuments in memory of six Sherpa who died in an avalanche at Louched at 4,930 meters.
Day 15 Loubche to Kalapathar (5,545m.) to Gorakshep (5,151m.) This trail gives a good view of Pumori. This section of the trek provides goods views of the Everest Group from Grakshep and Kalapather.
Day 16 Gorakkshep to Everest Base Camp to Loubche; Everest Base Camp is the main ` camp for the Mountaineers situated at the elevation of 5,245 meters. The Trekkers feel very happy to reach as it makes them a life time memories for their adventurous fulfill
Day 17 Loubche to Dingbooche.
Day 18 Dingboche to Tengboche.
Day 19 Tengboche to Namche Bazaar.
Day 20 Namche Bazaar to Lukla.
Day 21 Lukla to Kathmandu by Flight.
|Start Date||End Date||Price In US Dollar($)||AVAILABILITY||Booking|
• All airport and hotel transfers
• Kathmandu to Jiri Bus ticket
• National permit, permit Gaurishanker Conservation permit and Khumbu region every permit.
• Flight fare from Lukla-Kathmandu
• Accommodation, food, & Tea/coffee during trek
• Guide:- including salary, insurance, equipment, bus transportation, flight fare, food and lodging
• Porter:- including salary, insurance, equipment, bus transportation, food and lodging
• For guest:-Down jacket, Good sleeping bag (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
• All government and local taxes
• Food in Kathmandu ( Lunch & Dinner)
• Bakery food during the trek
• Nepal Visa fee
• International airfare from your country to Kathmandu and from Kathmandu
• Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
• Travel and rescue insurance if guest get mountain sickness and need to rescue helicopter.
• Personal expenses example (phone calls, laundry service , bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guide and porters
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